Education Programs

 

Watershed & Pollution Prevention Education

In collaboration with I Love A Clean San Diego (ILACSD), Think Blue is proud to offer standards-based classroom presentations for middle and high school students within the City of San Diego. Our watershed presentations teach students the importance of water quality protection and help students identify everyday actions they can take to keep their local watershed healthy. Students discuss watersheds, urban run-off, the water cycle, food webs, biomagnification, eutrophication and marine debris.

City of San Diego Watersheds

Middle & High School Classroom Presentations

 

Think Blue Brigade

The Think Blue Brigade is a middle and high school environmental club within the City of San Diego dedicated to the protection of San Diego’s beaches, bays, and waterways through participation in pollution prevention events and projects - all while earning valuable community service hours. Students can join as an individual, as a group, or as an already existing club.

Membership in the Brigade demonstrates a commitment to help keep San Diego beautiful, and our beaches, bays and waterways clean. Brigade Club members show others how important water quality is to San Diego and lead the way in increasing their knowledge of storm water issues and affect change within your community.

The Think Blue Brigade is coordinated by education partner I Love A Clean San Diego.

Contact ILACSD to join the Brigade at: [email protected]

PDF icon Brigade Guidebook

Brigade Group Page

Think Blue Facebook Page

 

Project SWELL

Project SWELL (Stewardship: Water Education for Lifelong Leadership) is a standards-based elementary school science curricula that teaches children about the importance of the region's recreational waterways. Developed through a ground-breaking partnership between the City of San Diego, the San Diego Unified School District (SDUSD) and San Diego Coastkeeper, Project SWELL helps to empower and educate students about how to understand and improve the condition of San Diego’s local waterways.

Project SWELL is coordinated by education partner San Diego Coastkeeper.

For more information and to request a K, 1st, 2nd, 4th, 5th, or 6th grade science kit for your school, please contact the Project SWELL coordinator [email protected] or visit: projectswell.org.